At 39.5m/130ft, there is plenty of interior and exterior deck space for ten guests while cruising. The exterior profile features a plumb bow, sharp angles and uninterrupted glazing from bow to stern to add modern styling to the military appearance.
The aft section creates a large swim platform beside the water, while the main deck aft layout provides a casual alfresco dining area to seat all ten guests at a raised table and incorporating the stern-side sofa.
The upper deck also integrates seating along the stern and a more formal alfresco dining area for shaded meals as a group and convenient access to the sky lounge. The Portuguese deck in front of the helm station offers another large table for alfresco meals and relaxing outside with gadgets, drinks and reading material, and the foredeck is fitted with sun pads.
On the sundeck, guests can savour uninterrupted views while soaking in the massive forward Jacuzzi, drying off on the sunpads on either side or resting on the sun loungers to the aft with an awning for shade. Under the central section, there will be a wet bar for refreshments throughout the day.
Inside, there are five en-suite staterooms to accommodate ten guests, including a full-beam main deck Master suite and four further guest cabins on the lower deck. For long expeditions away from ports, there is an extensive storage area on board. With a beam of 8.3m/27ft and a draft of 2.1m/6.8ft, the all-aluminium PROJECT E39 will be able to access hard-to-reach areas and allow guests to discover some of the world’s most beautiful sights off the beaten track.